If your talking about a receptacle for a free standing range and the receptacle is accessible from the countertop then I would say, yes you do need to provide GFCI protection. If the receptacle is behind the range or in a cabinet for a cooktop then no GFCI protection is needed.
210.11(2) Requires at least on 20 amp circuit for the laundry receptacle(s). It does NOT limit this circuit to a single receptacle. If this laundry equipment is being installed in a laundry room a duplex receptacle could be used. If the laundry equipment is located in a garage or unfinished basement and you are not using a gas dryer a single receptacle or GFCI receptacle would need to be installed. Ask the inspector to show you where in the book a single receptacle is required. Ask where the homeowner can plug in a gas dryer if they decided to get one in the future.
[This message has been edited by caselec (edited 02-25-2003).]